India needs to quickly find a solution to improve its air quality
The editorial ‘Gas chamber’ Delhi: urgent action needed to cut pollution
(November 5) was meaningful and thought-provoking. The capital’s ongoing crisis was nicely analysed, especially the bit about how millions of city dwellers – from vegetable vendors to traffic policemen and rickshaw-pullers – face a tough time. One aggravating cause is the waste that is burnt by farmers and which causes smoke to spread to the city. The government must implement more stringent measures to control pollution levels.
K Ragavan, Bengaluru